Yes, I know that it's frowned upon but I do use oil cleansers. With all the makeup that I cake on throughout the day--once in the morning and more layers of touchup after--I need the real deal makeup remover. I recently picked up Sephora's Supreme Cleansing Oil just to simply get my hands on a cleanser that I can use before my Clarisonic regime.
What's different about this cleanser is that it transforms into a white gel once you apply a little water to the solution making it more smoother for you to cleanse around your face. It only takes a pump or two at a time to cleanse off majority of the lovely chemicals you pack on your face. After cleansing, I wash everything off with warm water and wipe it off with a tissue lightly and then proceed with the Clarisonic. I don't think just this one bottle will do justice but it does help keep my Clarisonic brush clean.
Get your bottle at your local Sephora store or get it online here: http://www.sephora.com/supreme-cleansing-oil-P310733?skuId=1390665
Another product I picked up recently is this eye make-up remover from No7. Now, this is a brand that I bet none of you have never heard of. The only place that I was able to find this brand was at Target. I have been looking for the past 30 mins for a website or some sort of information about this brand but to no avail. They seem to have a lot of products on the market, though. My co-worker recommended me this No7 Beautiful Skin make-up remover as an inexpensive yet effective solution. Here's my attempt at being a trendy beauty blogger by taking a picture with me using the product.
|iPhone cameras are easier for selca pictures|
In two swipes, I got this much junk off of my eye and lashes.
Here's a closeup HD view of how much eye makeup came off. Pretty good for just $8 :)
Buy your bottle here! http://www.target.com/p/boots-no7-beautiful-skin-oil-free-eye-make-up-remover-3-38-oz/-/A-14227741#prodSlot=medium_1_23
or at your local Target store.